The Andersons Spring Seminars provide an overview of the entire farming industry and its prospects – covering policy changes, new legislation, economic outlook, market prospects and profitability. They look at the implications for the future structure of UK farming and farm businesses, and those that service them. The Seminars have been running for over 20 years and are a must-attend event for many in the farming and agri-business sector. They are relevant to all professionals, companies and organisations working in agriculture.
Benefits of attending our public seminars:
- Delegates come away with a deeper understanding of the current issues facing the farming sector allowing them to better understand the needs of their clients and customers.
- By looking at the future prospects for the industry, delegates are prompted to think about the direction of their own organisations.
- Delegates also appreciate the opportunity to meet a wide cross-section of the agricultural industry in an informal setting and to exchange ideas and views.
What do you get?
All delegates to the Seminars get a full colour printed booklet with a copy of the presentation along with additional detailed notes.
The Seminar will provide 3 hours of CPD.
What do people say?
Each spring over 600 delegates attend our Seminars, with many attending regularly year after year. In 2017, 95% of attendees rated them as either good or excellent.
In addition to our national seminar series held in the spring each year, we are also always pleased to organise and deliver specific training events for individual organisations throughout the year. For more information please contact Richard King on 01664 503 200 to discuss your company’s requirements.
Please complete the online booking form below or download and complete a PDF Booking Form and send it on to our Melton Mowbray office address.
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 02/03/2018 – The RAF Club, London
Royal Air Force Club, Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 06/03/2018 – Harper Adams University College, Newport
Harper Adams University, Newport, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 07/03/2018 – Castle Green Hotel, Kendal
Castle Green Hotel, Castle Green Lane, Kendal, Cumbria LA9 6RG, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 08/03/2018 – Carfraemill, Lauder
Carfraemill, Lauder, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 09/03/2018 – York Race Course, York
York Racecourse, York, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 13/03/2018 – Yew Lodge, Kegworth
Best Western Premier East Midlands Airport Kegworth Yew Lodge, Packington Hill, Kegworth, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 14/03/2018 – Perth Racecourse, Perth
Perth Racecourse, Perth, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 16/03/2018 – Newmarket Race Course, Newmarket
Newmarket Racecourses, Newmarket, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 20/03/2018 – The Royal Agricultural University , Cirencester
Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road, Cirencester, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 21/03/2018 – Exeter Race Course, Exeter
Exeter Racecourse, A38, Exeter, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 22/03/2018 – Salisbury Race Course, Salisbury
Salisbury Racecourse, Salisbury, United Kingdom
Prospects for UK Agriculture – 23/03/2018 – East of England Show Ground, Peterborough
East of England Showground, Oundle Road, Peterborough, United Kingdom